DNAFit was one of the earliest companies to provide personalized DNA tests for fitness and diet plans.
Today, they sell two kinds of tests:
This Fitness Genes review breaks-down the best/worst features of this popular DNA test for fitness and diet plans.
FitnessGenes analyzes 42 genes to make personalized diet and fitness recommendations.
As a result, their fitness and diet recommendations are very detailed with lots of advice on how to optimize your nutritional intake and workout routine.
Even better, if you’ve already taken a test with AncestryDNA or 23andMe, you don’t have to order the test kit because FitnessGenes accepts a raw DNA data upload from both services. You’ll get the same personally tailored insights as other test-takers.
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